A few days ago I was just about ready to walk into an Apple store and pick up a new 2.2ghz 15" MBP. That is, until I came across this forum http://forums.macrumors.com/forumdisplay.php?f=90&order=desc I read of yellow tinted screens and other malfunctioning displays, warped exteriors, misaligned keyboards and some defects that surfaced after anywhere from 2 weeks to 2 months of use. Some unlucky customers had played the exchange lottery, going through anywhere from 1 or 2 to even 10 computers, only to settle with one that was "less broken" than the others. Some settled with their original for the same reason. One person was so glad to see no dead pixels he settled for a yellow screen. While some units of any brand will be defective, some problems didn't seem to be specific and isolated. I read estimates that the majority of Samsung screens have the dreaded "yellow screen" issue, and judging from the amount of yellow screen posts in that forum, it sure seems like it. One of the most disturbing things I discovered wasn't a problem with the computers, it was the community's attitude toward defective units. Many new Mac owners post of their excitement over getting a unit with no problems, but shouldn't quality be the norm? Isn't one reason Mac users pay for overpriced hardware for quality and reliability? After reading some of the horror stories about an overwhelming volume of defective 15" MBP's, I'm inclined to wait until the next upgrade to get one, if ever.